Screen Rant is thrilled to present a terrifying exclusive clip from the bone-chilling new supernatural thriller Disquiet. The movie follows Sam, who wakes after a near-fatal car accident and is trapped in an abandoned hospital. He soon discovers a mysterious and menacing force keeping him in the hospital.
As these forces plot to keep Sam (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), he must find a way to escape before it is too late. This horrifying thriller will show Sam doing everything he can to escape from this hospital even as things become more and more terrifying. Disquiet is distributed by Paramount Pictures and SPMG. Disquiet will premiere in select theaters, On Demand, and on digital February 10.
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Screen Rant’s exclusive clip from Disquiet features Jonathan Rhys Meyers’ Sam meeting Elyse Levesque’s Monica. After Sam has woken up in this horror house of a hospital, he saves Monica, who is clearly shaken by her own experience. Monica asks Sam about the women he saved her from and why the hospital is empty. Sam can’t offer her any answers and instead wants to work together to figure everything out. The last thing Monica remembers is going into surgery only to awaken surrounded by these creatures, with Sam having a similar experience.
Disquiet taps into primal fears and horror tropes as the hospital’s occupants are chased by an unknown supernatural entity. With mutilated faces, twins, and isolation bringing their fears to the surface. Sam will do everything he can to bring this group together as a team in the hopes of getting himself and everyone else out of this nightmare.
Disquiet is written and directed by Michael Winnick (Dark Asset, Malicious). Kyle Otto, Scott Karol, and Charles Cooper serve as executive producers for the horrifying thriller. Disquiet stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers (Vikings, The Tudors), Rachelle Goulding (Wifelike, Lethal Weapon), Elyse Levesque (Ready or Not, Orphan Black), and Lochlyn Munro (Riverdale, White Chicks). Disquiet is distributed by Paramount Pictures and SPMG and has a runtime of 85 minutes.
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Disquiet will debut in select theaters, on digital, and On Demand on February 10.